RAF flypast in honour of Captain Tom – BBC News

Two wartime RAF planes have flown over Captain Tom Moore’s home to honour the war veteran and fundraiser on his 100th birthday.

He watched as the Hurricane and Spitfire flew overhead.

RAF Squadron Leader Mark Sugden told BBC reporter John Maguire what they were like to fly.

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